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The Stations

Our plans and visions for our stations

We have a number of projects in the pipeline including installing planters at our stations and celebrating our local industrial heritage and beautiful surrounding landscape, but our biggest project by far is to install a modernised vintage railway carriage on unused land adjacent to Hednesford railway station.


The fully restored BR railway carriage and coal wagon will be sited on a section of track located alongside the town centre Anglesey Street Car Park and will provide a community hub and gardens with accessible facilities and Incredible Edible planting.


Alongside the creation of a powerful visitor attraction for the town, the renovated carriage will also function as community space for town residents and rail users, providing stunning accommodation for community groups, book clubs, social tea parties and myriad local gatherings.

Rugeley Trent Valley Railway Station

Rugeley Trent Valley railway station is located on the outskirts of the town of Rugeley, close to the River Trent...

Rugeley Town Railway Station

Rugeley is an industrial market town situated on the north-eastern edge of Cannock Chase, next to the River Trent...

Hednesford Railway Station

Hednesford Railway Station serves the town of Hednesford in Staffordshire. Hednesford is an historic market town in Staffordshire, approximately 1.2 miles north of Cannock...

Cannock Railway Station

Situated in the north of the West Midlands conurbation, Cannock is the second largest town in Staffordshire and is twinned with Datteln in Germany...

Landywood Railway Station

Landywood railway station serves the village as well as the neighbouring villages of Cheslyn Hay and Great Wyrley...

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